These conceptual window coverings are designed to make your real windows look like that quality operating system known as Windows 3.1. Check out the user in the second picture closing the Blue Screen of Death window shade via the scroll bar! Frankly the whole concept is actually a bit scary to me.
The best German researcher ever has published in the New England Journal of Medicine that a study including 200 health men over 5 years, including 3 separate hospitals, has concluded that men looking at “busty women” for 10mins every day, will extend their lifespan by 5 years.
The actual statistics are surprising, as it’s said to be equal to 30-min of aerboic excercise:
“Just 10 minutes of staring at the charms of a well-endowed female such as Baywatch actress Pamela Lee is equivalent to a 30-minute aerobics work-out,” said author Dr. Karen Weatherby, a gerontologist.
The key seems to be from lower blood pressure and lower resting pulse rate… oh yea, and BOOBS. The other reason Weatherby is my new hero is her following suggestion for men over 40:
…Weatherby, who even recommended that men aged over 40 should spend at least 10 minutes daily admiring breasts sized “D-cup” or larger.
Keep in mind, this is different from the study done years ago that say having a pet cat or dog lowers your blood pressure and makes your healthier. The trick here is that looking at large breasts ups your blood pressure, gets your cardio system going and equates to 30mins worth of workout (for being sexually arouse by boobs for 10mins).
So no need to get rid of the cat just yet so you can justify your obsessive subscription to Playboy and Barnfun magazine (ewww… you sickos!)
According from Stalin-era intelligence archives show ‘agent Argo’ as a willing recruit in 1941
In the last few years of his life, Ernest Hemingway grew paranoid and talked about FBI spying on him. He was even treated with electroshock therapy as many as 15 times at the recommendation of his physician in 1960. It was later revealed that he was in fact being watched, and Edgard Hoover had personally placed him under survelliance. In 2009, the publication of Spies: The Rise and Fall of the KGB in America, revealed that the FBI was in fact right to spy on Ernest Hemingway, the Nobel prize-winning novelist, because he really was on the KGB’s list of its agents in America. Based on notes from a former KGB officer who was given access in the 1990s to intelligence archives in Moscow from the Stalin era, the book reveals that Hemingway was recruited in 1941 before making a trip to China, and was given the cover name “Argo”.
According to Soviet documents, he met with Soviet agents during the 1940s in Havana and London and “repeatedly expressed his desire and willingness to help us”. In the end, Hemingway turned out to be of little use to the Soviets however, as it’s claimed he failed to give them any political information and was never “verified in practical work”. By the 1950s, “Argo” was no longer an active Soviet contact. Some project that Hemingway’s escapades as a KGB spy were more likely all part of an elaborate charade by him to gather literary inspiration. Others suspect his paranoia over being watched by the FBI may have led him to take his own life.